No permits will be issued before classes begin for the semester in which the permit is needed. For non-calculus courses that are full, send an email to request written permission from the professor to enter their course. They may keep a waitlist to submit to the Math staff once classes have begun. Lectures specified "for engineering students only" will require written permission from the professor as well. Professors must send their permission emails to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy email@example.com. Students are still required to request the permit thru Path@penn.
Students can begin sending your permit requests to Path@penn beginning Wednesday, August 24th. Please include your lecture section, recitation and Friday quiz time in your request. However, in order to keep our recitation levels manageable, we may assign a different recitation at our own discretion.
Once a permit has been issued, you must go to Path@penn to claim the permit by registering for the courses. Your permit will be processed in the order that they are requested beginning on the first day of classes. Your registrations will drop if you are not registered for the recitation and Friday quiz class that corresponds to your lecture choice.
We advise students to continue checking previously closed courses up until the first day of classes as previously closed classes may open up as students continue to adjust their schedules. We only issue permits for closed classes if the closed section is the only section that fits in the students schedule and space seating is available. If you don't fit the criteria, your request will be denied and you will receive an email.
We do not issue permits for LPS (evening) courses unless all the daytime sections conflicts with the students schedule. The permit will be revoked when the conflict ceases to exist.
If you have conflicts due to sports, you must contact Rosemary Burnett in the Athletics Dept., Weightman Hall, 898-9479 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, she will verify your conflict to the Math office. Students are still required to send permit request thru Path@penn.